Joe Dispenza has collected solid scientific evidence proving that you can truly “change your thinking, change your life.” Continue reading Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life
Learn the three obstacles to living your best life and how to overcome them so you can achieve the success you deserve and help others too Continue reading The Three Obstacles to Living Your Best Life and How to Overcome Them
Achieving vibrant health and fitness doesn’t have to involve struggle and frustration. Here’s how to overcome fear and get results. Continue reading Health and Fitness Doesn’t Have to Be a Struggle
We must befriend our fear and give ourselves permission to fail in order to succeed. Here’s what you do when fear arises. Continue reading BEFRIENDING YOUR FEAR
The DreamBuilder Program that I teach is a system you can use to overcome any challenge and reach any goal, no matter how big it seems and it’s way more fun and more effective than new year’s resolutions Continue reading The Power of Vision!
I took a break from producing weekly content and went off on some interesting adventures. (More about that later.) Since I didn’t hear any protests from followers of this blog, I let it go for months. I didn’t forget about you though. I’ve actually been doing a lot of research and deep thinking about better ways to serve you. I’m back with renewed enthusiasm, and … Continue reading Have You Missed Me?
I was shocked to learn how many common health issues are now believed to be the result of inflammation but there are simple solutions too. Continue reading Astonishing Facts About Inflammation
Most people use will power like a blunt-force instrument and they get mixed results or no results at all. There is a better way that is easier, more effective and fun. Continue reading Will Power Is Not Required
This week, we are taking the practice of “noticing what you are noticing” to a deeper level, by noticing “that still small voice” within that has the answer to every question and the solution to every problem. Continue reading Hearing “That Still, Small Voice”